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25 Most Recent Memoir Articles

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The Wager by Shane Tucker
When I was 10, my dad told me of an old graveyard in the forest. For a year, I constantly begged to go see it. Finally, Dad made an offer I couldn't r...
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The Walk by Kathleen Keena
about my father's walk....
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The Washing Machine Jingle by Patrick Talty
The story of how, after much sweat and many tears, I was able to write a jingle about washing machines and earned a hundred pounds (Australian) for my...
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The Washing Machine Jingle (Revised version) by Patrick Talty
A true tale of how, back in the swingin' sixties, I earned a hundred pounds (Australian) for writing a jingle about washing machines....
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The Watch by Katie Gabrielle
Some moments are precious like the hands of a watch. Listen closely and remember the sounds of a lifetime......
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The watermelon man by R. Maldonado
A truck used to come into our NYC spanish harlem neighborhood to sell watermelons on the weekends when I was a 10 year old kid. This is my recollectio...
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The White House by Linda Alexander
My family history has held a secret for over 100 years. Not until I began digging deep into it did I find that I, a white woman, was the great-great-g...
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The Words by E. A. Mourn
The Words...
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The Worst Teacher I Ever Had (maybe) by Sandy Knauer
Thank you, Dan. I love a challenge....
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The Writing Life by DAN STONE
Musings about life on the page....
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The Year of No Money in Tokyo by Wayne Lionel Aponte: Book Review by Irene Watson
In the 1990s, the Japanese stock market crashed. Banks closed and the country fell into a recession. Wayne Aponte, an African American, was working i...
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They Died With Their Boots On. by Gerard St. John
An old movie on TV prompts a string of memories from years gone by, neighborhood friends, a one-armed baseball player, and a recently adopted "cousin....
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Things I Loved From My 80's Childhood by Shane Tucker
Talk to any adult of any age, and they will probably give you the clichéd line, "When I was a kid..." While I don't believe my childhood was superior...
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Things just Ain'twhat they used tobe by Helen Vandepeer
Dreaded car trouble; and remembering back when a vehicle was built to last. I never thought I would be saying....back in my day.........
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Things Mom Would Deny by Tova Gabrielle
book excerpt, humor...
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This End Up by Chris Cox
Science tells us that smell is the strongest sense that triggers memory. I believe it. Gardenia blooms late on a summer evening take me back so fast. ...
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This Is Who I Am by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I am also a Christian who suffers a disability, and because of that I am even more thankful for my faith, I really do not believe I cou...
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This summer - what a trip.... by Kellee Stone
After the summer is over...............
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Three Hours from Armageddon: Life at a Cold War Nike Missile Site by Gary Stephens
This article, my first work for publication, appeared in ADA Magazine Online, a U.S. Army periodical, in October 1999...
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Tidbits From My Old Notebooks #10 by Guy Hogan
Flash Fiction / Blogging...
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Tidbits From My Old Notebooks #3 by Guy Hogan
Pittsburgh / University of Pittsburgh / Blogging / Flash Fiction...
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Tidbits From My Old Notebooks #7 by Guy Hogan
Flash Fiction / Blogging / University of Pittsburgh...
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Tidbits From My Old Notebooks #8 by Guy Hogan
Flash Fiction / Blogging / Pittsburgh / Vietnam...
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To All My Unborn Children by L. Figgins
Who are these souls I never knew? A short remembrance for Mother's Day......
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To Molly with Love on National Suicide Survivors' Day by Jane St Clair
November 20 is a day to remember loved ones who we lost to suicide ...
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To Save One finally released by Trudy Magliano
You can now researve a copy of "To Save One" This book is powerful and raw. A must read!...
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Tolemacs Reprise by H Cruz
Inspiration vs cold contemplation...
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Trail of Words by Lloyd Lofthouse
From a 'determined' novelist, poet and journalist. This is one story....
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Turkey Call by Walt Hardester
I once.......
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Twin Voices: A Memoir of Polio... by J. F. Nichols: Book Review by Irene Watson
When Janice Flood Nichols and her twin brother Frankie were just 6-years-old, they contracted polio. She survived, but he did not. This traumatic even...
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Until Then ... by Jen Knox
I might be signing off for a while, so in the meantime ... ...
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Unwanted Memories of Aga's Funeral by Jozef Imrich
To explore my unabridged story of my sister's short life, first remember the sad fate of the man many of us admired so much. I like to think that Prim...
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URIAH J. FIELDS, ENCOURAGER-IN-CHIEF by Uriah Fields
Have you ever heard anyone use the title "Encourager-in-Chief?" The answer is likely to be no unless you saw it in the writings of Uriah J. Fields. In...
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Vertigo and History by Juliet Waldron
The Schuylerville Monument is a historic site I saw more than once when I was a kid, but to me, it meant more than a Revolutionary War Battle....
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Violet Tasma Cleary: a Tragic and Short Life by Karen Wilson
My maternal grandmother, Violet Tasma was always a mystery to me while I was growing up. It was only when I conducted many many months of family resea...
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Virginia's Dictionary: My Daughter's Coming of Age/ 1960's by L. Figgins
Humorous anecdotes about puberty, written vicariously from my mother’s point-of-view. She had a sheltered upbringing… ...
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VW Rabbit, Love and Hate by Juliet Waldron
The story of a brown VW Rabbit, which was sometimes loved and sometimes hated by its owners. Most of what happened, however, was not her fault....
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W H E N N A N A Y L E F T U S by Arsenio Jesena
all our lives were shattered -- forever...
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Wade Blank: Memories of a Friend and Mentor by Anita Cameron
Wade Blank was a Presbyterian Minister, social justice activist, and co-founder of ADAPT, the national disability rights organization. He was also a f...
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Waking up - Memoirs of a Coma Recoverer by Sandra Lyman
Sandra Lyman was in a coma for over five months. She stresses the fact that it is not only the person who is comatose that suffers. The entire family...
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War Chicken and Beer by Alexey Braguine
While it raged in the sixties and seventies it was called The Secret War. We flew and got shot at during the day. Like innocent airline pilots, at nig...
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Was Mom Right, Are Poinsettia Plants Poisonous Killers? by Michael Hollingsworth
What a privilege it was to grow up in a small Mississippi town full of Southern values and atmosphere. A place with hometown folks that, with their a...
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Washington Post by Anna Murray
Article in the Loudoun Extra, Washington Post...
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We Did Not Stop Making Plans by Linda Campanella
Motherless daughter and accidental author Linda Campanella describes the ways in which she and her family injected living into her mother's dying. Cam...
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We Were Little Angels by Randall Barfield
We had cement block classrooms, each interior of a different color not unlike Easter egg tones....
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What Day Is It? print media coverage by Rebekah Vandergriff
What stories have been written about, What Day Is It, in the media...
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What ever happened to Brenda and you?? by Mike Walton
Last year, I attended my high school's reunion. Everyone asked me two questions: "Where are you now and are you working with Scouting?" and "What...
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What have I learned from hardship? by Stephen Gallup
We all encounter difficult patches (or worse) in life. What is the correct response?...
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What might have been by Stephen Gallup
A meditation on the gulf separating what is, in a family, from the way it could have been...
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What My Sister Did: Surviving Incest by Nathan Daniels
What she did was wrong. It took me years to learn this, and overcome the shame of sexual abuse....
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